Hunt Heroes Foundation and BrightView Landscapes Partner to Donate Bikes to Military Children
Fifty military children received new bicycles and helmets that were donated to the Hunt Heroes Foundation from BrightView, a partner of Hunt Military Communities on many of its properties. The lucky children were chosen from nearly 200 essay entries on what it meant to be the child of a service member.
Lake Worth Play and Green Fees Go Up, Course Costs Go Down
The grounds and revenues at the Lake Worth, Fla., 18-hole municipal golf course had been declining for 10 years when the city decided to bring BrightView on board to turn around course conditions and, at the same time, rein in costs.
A More Reliable Approach to Preventing Weeds
Weeds are unpredictable. Some years your course looks great, and others you wonder why you're spending as much as $5,000 to $20,000 annually on products that don't always seem to work the way they should. But here's the crux: The problem isn't the products; it's the timing around when the products are being used.
Smart Moves Revive Conditions at Calabasas Country Club and Increase Memberships
Bare spots marred the fairways, algae floated atop lake waters, and inconsistent mowing ruined course aesthetics. Worse, the club had just invested heavily in a new irrigation system, but nothing seemed to be helping get the turf — and the course — back in shape.
St Ives Country Club Gained the Competitive Edge
Through comprehensive planning and sophisticated execution, the St Ives course — and course play — reached the level of quality that kept and drew members. At the same time, expenses for golf course maintenance decreased nearly 25 percent from 2008 levels.
Bringing a Piece of Paradise Back to Life
Within months of BrightView on the job, the crew was re-energized and clear on priorities, strong golf maintenance leadership was established, and the maintenance equipment was upgraded. In addition, BrightView worked with the board to develop and communicate a Master Plan and Tree Management Plan that would take Canyon Lake into the future.
ALCC: BrightView Program GROWs Successful Women in the Industry
BrightView’s GROW was created with a mission of attracting, retaining, and promoting women within the company. As one of its first tasks, GROW surveyed the approximately 1,300 women at BrightView and learned that they overwhelmingly liked working for the company and more.
Saving Money, Improving Conditions, and Gaining a Trusted Partner
Palo Alto was looking to reduce costs for its two municipal golf courses and outsourced to BrightView. Though this, the city has a provider it can rely on for proactive communication and the day-to-day golf course maintenance, but a trusted partner who could help achieve long-term success.